Sally Humphreys plays flute/piccolo with the Ballet West Orchestra and also performs regularly with the Utah Symphony. She teaches at Westminster College, where she has established a new Flute Choir, and maintains a busy private studio. She was appointed Visiting Professor of Flute at Utah State University for the 2012-13 school year, teaching private lessons as well as flute master class and Flute Choir. She is a frequent guest with both the Intermezzo and NOVA Chamber Music Series. A native of Cincinnati, she graduated from Indiana University and attended the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Sally played piccolo with the Hartford Symphony for 8 seasons, taught at the University of Connecticut, and performed in chamber groups including the UCONN Chamber Players and the Camerata Ensemble. She has played with the Colorado Philharmonic, Lake George Opera Festival, Berkshire Opera, Aspen Music Festival, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, New Sousa Band, and the Moab Music Festival. Her teachers include James Pellerite, Leone Buyse, George Hambrecht, and Jack Wellbaum. Sally was the chair of the Convention Performers Competition for the National Flute Association for a five year term, and has been a judge for that competition as well as for the NFA Piccolo Competition. Sally is the proud owner of a beautiful boxer/lab mix named Koko who likes to listen to her practice the piccolo.